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New Brighton v Wallasey
Liverpool and District Cricket Competition 1937
VenueRake Lane, Wallasey on 2nd August 1937 (1-day single innings match)
Balls per over6
TossToss not known
ResultNew Brighton won by 4 wickets
PointsNew Brighton 2; Wallasey 0

Wallasey inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
GA McEntyrec Boucher b AB Wootton16 252- 
HL Nuttalllbw b Barber0 3-- 
KH McEntyrec Canevali b Barber4 141- 
AB Grosvenorc Reece b AB Wootton10 112- 
WEC Cottrelllbw b Boucher19 263- 
D Daviesb Barber25 654- 
JS Rebeccac Edwards b Boucher23 401- 
AL McEntyrec Reece b Boucher0 7-- 
RA Radcliffeb Barber0 8-- 
CW Tipladyc Reece b Barber0 10-- 
RB Boothnot out1 7-- 
Extras(2 b, 4 lb, 4 nb)10
Total(all out, 33.5 overs)108
Fall of wickets:
1-1 (Nuttall), 2-19 (KH McEntyre), 3-33 (GA McEntyre), 4-35 (Grosvenor), 5-64 (Cottrell), 6-105 (Rebecca), 7-106 (Davies), 8-107 (AL McEntyre), 9-107 (Radcliffe), 10-108 (Tiplady, 33.5 ov)
New Brighton bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Barber13.52475- 
AB Wootton9   1242- 
Boucher8   2153- 
Canevali3   0120- 

New Brighton inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
RP Fiskb Booth3 5-- 
JD Canevalib Davies23 592- 
HG Woottonc GA McEntyre b Tiplady47 955- 
WH Barberc AL McEntyre b Booth10 191- 
JA Boucherc Rebecca b Booth4 81- 
JN Halliwellnot out68 5712- 
RL Daviesc Rebecca b KH McEntyre2  -- 
AE Edwardsnot out25 323- 
+CS Reecedid not bat      
RD Gillmoredid not bat      
AB Woottondid not bat      
Extras(1 b, 3 lb)4
Total(6 wickets)186
Fall of wickets:
1-5 (Fisk), 2-61 (Canevali), 3-82 (Barber), 4-88 (Boucher), 5-99 (HG Wootton), 6-114 (Davies)
Wallasey bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Tiplady14   3301--
Booth6   0253--
GA McEntyre9   2360--
Davies7   1151--
KH McEntyre???1--
Radcliffe???0--
Nuttall???0--
AL McEntyre???0--
Grosvenor???0--

Notes
--> Bowling in the New Brighton innings adds 76 runs under

D Davies and JS Rebecca put on 45 in 38 minutes for the sixth Wallasey wicket
CE Reece fielded as a substitute for RB Booth after the dismissal of J A Boucher
The match was played for the benefit of WH Barber, the New Brighton professional and attracted the largest attendance at Rake Lane since 1923, with more than 1,000 spectators paying at the gate, (plus members, etc)

 

 

 

 

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